Perfect Post Workout Smoothie

nutribullet post workout green smoothie recipe with honey

You’re tired and sweaty after exercising – that’s your body telling you that it needs to fuel up fast! Lucky for you, we have the perfect smoothie to help your body recover after a tough workout.

The Perfect Post Workout Smoothie is packed with electrolytes, proteins, and carbohydrates to replenish lost energy stores. Coconut water also keeps you hydrated while easing muscle cramps. And the combination of almond butter and Greek yogurt gives your body a healthy dose of protein to help your muscles recover.

This smoothie isn’t just great for your body; it’s great for your taste buds, too! Give this sweet and delicious treat a try after your next workout!

Gluten Free Gluten Free


Nutrition Facts

Recipe: Perfect Post Workout Smoothie
Servings in this Recipe: 1

Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories 304.3

% Daily Value*

Total fat 9.4 g 14.5%

Saturated Fat 0.8 g 4.1%

Trans Fat 0.0 g 0.0%

Cholesterol 0.5 mg 0.2%

Sodium 125.5 mg 5.2%

Total Carbs 52.7 g 17.6%

Dietary Fiber 5.4 g 21.6%

Sugars 36.0 g 0.0%

Alcohol 0.0 g 0.0%

Protein 7.3 g

Vitamin A 57.8%
Vitamin C 91.2%
Calcium 13.1%
Iron 15.4%
Vitamin D 0.0%
Vitamin E 15.3%
Vitamin K 181.8%
Thiamin 11.9%
Riboflavin 18.9%
Niacin 9.2%
Vitamin B-6 25.8%
Folate 22.8%
Vitamin B-12 1.1%
Panto. acid 6.6%
Phosphorus 16.4%
Magnesium 31.3%
Zinc 6.2%
Selenium 4.0%
Copper 17.2%
Manganese 66.3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:


  • Add all ingredients to your Tall Cup and extract for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  • Enjoy!

This Recipe Can Be Made With:

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It's delicious! Just enough sweetness after your workout!
This sounds awesome. Looking forward to trying this out after my training sessions!
Comment by bekakintz
March 20, 2015
I added 1 tsp chia seeds and .25 cup oats. This is amazing!
Comment by KKsews
January 25, 2015
This is amazing. I love it. I made a few changes since I did not have all ingredients. I used half a frozen banana and 2TBS of plain canned pumpkin. I also used part coconut water and part tap water. Still was great. Thanks.
Comment by rondom
September 04, 2014
Sorry, don't like yogurt or even avocado. Any other substitutions or leave it out?
Reply by SarahLefkowitzRD
September 04, 2014
You could use a protein powder in place of the yogurt. Our protein powder is delicious and would give your Blast a nice vanilla flavor!
Comment by malousantos
August 28, 2014
can I use regular honey? what is dash? One teaspoon?
Reply by ahoier
October 20, 2014
Don't know what you mean by "regular" honey.....? LOL. But yes, honey is honey for the most part......local is BEST.....but not necessary.....the biggest thing is to make sure the honey is true "Honey" and not a "syrup" - typically, if it says on the bottle not safe for kids less than 1 year's "bad" as that But you gotta understand, honey can/may contain botulism......infants have a lower immune system than thats why they advise against it. And stay away from the "Honey Bear" figure......that's more than likely "syrup" flavoried with honey.....rather than true "Honey"....... As far as a "dash" - a dash would be a little less than a teaspoon......or just a "splash" from the shaker ;)
Comment by cdiago25
August 07, 2014
Greek Yogurt is unsweetened yogurt right?
Comment by College18
August 03, 2014
Can you replace Almond butter with natural Almonds?
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